Vishakhadatta

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Vishakhadatta
Occupation poet, playwright

I-Vishakhadatta ( Sanskrit wayeyimbongi yase-Indian Sanskrit futhi edlala umbhali wemidlalo.Nakuba Vishakhadatta abeke igama likayise noyisemkhulu njengoba Maharaja Bhaskaradatta futhi Maharaja Vateshvaradatta e idrama lakhe lezombusazwe Mudrārākṣasa, siyazi kancane okunye ngaye.Kuphela ezimbili kudlala lakhe, Mudrārākṣasa kanye Devichandraguptam zaziwa kithi.Isikhathi sakhe asiqinisekile kepha kungenzeka ukuthi wachuma phakathi noma ngemuva kwekhulu lesi-6 CE.Ezinye izazi ezinjengo- AS Altekar, uKP Jayaswal no- Sten Konow bathi iVishakhadatta wayephila ngesikhathi esifanayo noChandragupta II, futhi wayehlala ngasekupheleni kwekhulu lesi-4 kuya ekuqaleni kwekhulu lesi-5.Kepha lo mbono uphikisiwe ngezinye izifundiswa, kufaka phakathi uMoriz Winternitz no- RC Majumdar.

Mudrarakshasa[hlela | Hlela umthombo]

UMudrārākṣasa ("Indandatho kaRákshasa") ukuphela komdlalo osindile kaVishakhadatta, yize kukhona izingcezu zomunye umsebenzi okuthiwa wabhalwa nguye.Vishakhadatta uye wagcizelela phezu amaqiniso angokomlando ku Mudrarakshasa, ukudlala esebenzelana naleso sikhathi Maurya Dynasty.

Iziqu zikababa nomkhulu kaVishakhadatta zikhombisa iphuzu elilodwa lentshisekelo: ukuthi wayevela emndenini oyisikhulu, nakanjani ukuthi wayebandakanyeka ekuphathweni kwezepolitiki okungenani ezingeni lendawo.Kubukeka kungenzeka kakhulu, eqinisweni, ukuthi uVishakhadatta weza ezincwadini ezivela ezweni lezindaba.

Izinguqulo zesiNgisi[hlela | Hlela umthombo]

Umtapo Wezincwadi WakwaClay Sanskrit ushicilele ukuhunyushwa kweMudrārākṣasa nguMichael Coulson ngaphansi kwesihloko esithi Rákshasa's Ring .

Imibono ehlukile[hlela | Hlela umthombo]

Igama elithi Vishakhadatta nalo linikezwa njengoVishakhadeva lapho uRanajit Pal aphetha khona ngokuthi igama lakhe kungenzeka ukuthi kwakunguDevadatta okwathi, ngokusho kwakhe, kwakuyigama labo bobabili u-Ashoka noChandragupta. [1]

Izinkomba[hlela | Hlela umthombo]

  1. Ranajit Pal, "Non-Jonesian Indology and Alexander", New Delhi,2002, p. 48.